Global Warming Solutions (GWSO), a company focused on renewable hydrogen solutions, has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to collaborate with Coal Creek Energy and academic Dr. Reza to tap into Kansas’ underground hydrogen deposits along the Nemaha Uplift and Humboldt Fault.
The company will also immediately lease an additional 10,000 acres and begin exploratory drilling to evaluate the potential for scalable, economical hydrogen production.
“This agreement sets the stage for GWSO to transform hydrogen into a widely available mainstream fuel source,” said Michael Pollastro, CEO of GWSO. “Our drilling program, paired with strategic partnerships across the transportation sector, will help build an inclusive hydrogen infrastructure to empower drivers, communities, and industries with clean energy options.”
Once potential yields are validated through initial drilling, GWSO will work with gas stations across Kansas to distribute locally produced hydrogen for vehicles. The company will also discuss supply agreements with automakers to increase the availability of hydrogen-powered cars and trucks across the state.
“GWSO believes that hydrogen is the future, and we are excited to diversify our industry stake starting right here in Kansas,” Pollastro added. “We aim to demonstrate that affordable, renewable hydrogen can fuel our society reliably and sustainably while combating climate change.”